WHERE IS SPACE DOCK?
Well, when we wrote the ad copy for The Catalog in July, Space Dock
was one of the best animations we had. Now, however, we've got a
library of much more advanced stuff, and we can fit a lot more of
the new animations on a disk (hence, there are SIX animations on
So, we've decided to give you this disk instead of Space Dock. But
don't worry... if you really want to get a copy of Space Dock, all
you've got to do is back this disk up and send the ORIGINAL back to us
-- and we'll copy Space Dock onto it and send it out to you.
Send this back, with a note requesting Space Dock (with your address on
544 Second St.
SF, CA 94107
NOTES ABOUT THIS DISK
This disk can be auto-run by booting it in Drive A and then
clicking on the *.RUN file.
While running, you can use the following keys for control:
F1-F10 -- speed
F -- Forward/Ping Pong toggle
B -- double Buffering on/off toggle
Undo -- Quit
Help -- Load new file
Note that you may have to click on the
*.SEQ/*.DLT buttons in the file
selector to display files.
This can be installed on your hard disk by editing the *.RUN file
with an ascii text editor (such as Micro emacs or the one in
Flash). Just change the pathname from a:\ to whatever directory
you want to put the files in (don't forget to leave the trailing
comma in). Then, use the GEM Install Application function to
install the ANIMATE3.PRG program with the RUN extender from
the Desktop. Save your new DESKTOP.INF file, and you should
be able to click on the *.RUN file and the animations should